PEM Review 022 – NEW FOAMed // LISFRANC INJURY // TEG // TRAUMA // BRUEs //

           PAEDIATRICFOAM.COM Firstly, an unashamed plug for a new project I am excited to be involved with. The London School of Paediatrics is venturing into the FOAMed world, and our new site is launching this month – you can see it here http://www.paediatricfoam.com. Take a look at @jround999’s brilliant ‘Inotropes made simple’ or this post by yours truly on Kawasaki Disease.    DON’T PUT YOUR … Continue reading PEM Review 022 – NEW FOAMed // LISFRANC INJURY // TEG // TRAUMA // BRUEs //

PEM Review 009, 17th June – MINOR INJURIES // ED HACKS // CROUP // MASSIVE TRANSFUSION // CHOREA // NEC FASCIITIS

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Bit of a ‘minor injuries’ theme this week (nicely balanced out by ‘majors’ – a piece on massive transfusion management, and another on severe croup). Just your average day in the ED really…

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PEM Review 001 – April 19th 2015

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The world of FOAMed is exploding – there are so many quality resources out there that even figuring out where to start can be intimidating.

FOAMed = Free Open Access Medical education (#FOAMped refers to paediatric FOAMed).  Here’s a useful introduction if you’re new to the concept (thank you @EMUPodcast).

This site has been created to provide a regularly updated concentrated stream of the very best free, open access paediatric education material curated from around the web. There will be a PEM (Paediatric Emergency Medicine) focus, but general paediatric topics will feature too.

@PEMgeek trawled the web so you don’t have to. Enjoy!

April highlights from the world of PEM / #FOAMed / #FOAMPed:

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